Casey Brewing and Blending is celebrating its one year anniversary the best way it knows how: by releasing some new beers.
According to a post on the When the Glenwood Springs, Colo.-based brewery’s Facebook page, the anniversary event will feature not only two brand new beers, but also two new versions of fan favorites.
The first new beer is The Low End, a 4.5 percent ABV “hoppy” farmhouse ale made with the same cultures that are used in the brewery’s Saison and East Bank beers, as well as “a huge amount” of cascade hops from Colorado. Each 750ml bottle is priced at $15, and there is a two bottle limit per person.
In addition, Casey will be releasing The Cut: Montomrency Cherry, a wild ale that uses Oak Theory as a base, which is then aged for 11 months in oak and refermented with 2.7 pounds of Montmorency cherries from Hotchkiss, Colo. per gallon of beer. This is the third The Cut blend to be released, after The Cut: Balaton Cherry was released in April and The Cut: Blackberry was released last month. Each 750ml bottle will sell for $36 with a two bottle per person limit.
Casey will also be releasing new versions of Dry Hop Oak Theory with Amarillo and Simcoe ($24, 1 bottle limit per person) as well as Brett Loves Citra ($18, six bottle limit per person), both in 750ml bottles.